Then I tried to debug hermes1d and some matrix issues in there for couple hours, but failed so far.
I've helped Sameer to fix h5py to compile with FEMhub.
Yesterday I spent 12h setting up gitosis on our server and finally got it done, here is the web interface:
I had to patch the gitosis repository itself, here are my changes: http://github.com/certik/gitosis (I've also sent them to Tommi Virtanen, the gitosis author, but I haven't heard back yet.)
In case you wanted to install it as well, I've posted instructions here.
I've figured out how to use msysgit with windows and use ssh keys to login to a linux box. It turns out it's not so trivial, see this issue.
I submitted the following patches to our projects at hpfem.org:
ondrej@raven:~/repos/hermes1d(master)$ git weekreport
Ondrej Certik (3):
Reverting the change dfa8580
ondrej@raven:~/repos/hermes2d(master)$ git weekreport
Ondrej Certik (5):
Fix "make install" to work again
remove hermes_common/doc/Makefile from .gitignore
Remove _XOPEN_SOURCE and _POSIX_C_SOURCE hacks
Fix the compilation warning
Btw, my "git weekreport" alias is defined as:
weekreport = shortlog --since=1.weeks --author=ondrej
Next week I am moving to Livermore, and my summer internship will get started.
"...so I showed him Virginia City and Lake Tahoe, that was lots of fun.
Then I tried to debug hermes1d and some matrix issues..."
Hehe, love it. Thanks for the weekreport tip -- definitely added to my gitconfig.
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